heating and AC, plumbing & electric
heating and AC, plumbing & electric

We are taking the following precautions due to the COVID-19 virus. All of our technicians have masks, glasses, latex gloves and shoe booties if they have to enter your home. Our technicians also have hand sanitizer and disinfectants that they use after every call.

If we are there to do maintenance and we don’t have to come inside your home to get to the equipment, we are asking homeowners to adjust the thermostat for us so we can do the system maintenance without entering the home. We will not be shaking hands and will keep our distance from customers.

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Heating
Gas Furnace vs. Electric Heat Pumps – Which One Should You Choose?
It’s that time of year again, and we’re in full-blown fall mode. Lots of things are really great about this season:…
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Plumbing
How to Keep Your Pipes From Freezing & Bursting in the Winter
Nobody wants to deal with the damages, expenses, and messes that are caused by burst pipes in your home or business.…
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Electric
Is it Safe to Cut the Ground Prong?
A short-term solution could cost you more than you think From time to time, we all ask ourselves biggie questions: Why…
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Heating
Should I Repair or Replace My Furnace?
Wouldn’t it be great if winter was all about snowflakes and sledding and sipping hot chocolate? Sure it would… but it’s…
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Heating
How To Clean A Gas Furnace
Do you feel the chill of winter creeping into your home? Is cozying up to the fire or wrapping yourself up…
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general
How to Find a Bad Bulb on Christmas Tree Lights
Detangling your Christmas tree lights is the second worst thing about the holiday season. The first-place winner? When you’ve gone through…
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Plumbing
Can You Really Unclog A Drain with Cola?
Clogged drains can get the best of all of us. Mystery odors, backed-up sinks, and non-functioning disposals are definitely near the…
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general
How To Use a Generator Safely
Several cities across the country are already experiencing snowfall. With dropping temperatures, reports of snow, and the winter months quickly approaching,…
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general
What’s the Difference between Smart and Programmable Thermostats?
Nobody loves paying more than they absolutely have to for utilities. Want to know the #1 secret to saving money on…
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4 Main Causes of Sewer Damage
There’s no delicate way to talk about sewage. Sewage problems are just… gross. Ever smelled backed-up sewer pipes? Ugh. Worse yet:…
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general
How Big Of A Generator Do I Need To Run My House?
Nobody gets excited to lose power in their home—except maybe neighborhood kids who get to play flashlight tag for an hour…
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What Happens if I Do Electrical Work Without a License?
Spoiler Alert: A Lot of Really Bad Things We love a good DIY project. They’re so satisfying, aren’t they? Fixing something…
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general
Why Does My Garbage Disposal Keep Backing Up?
Let’s be honest: A clogged garbage disposal is just ewwww. First, there’s the mystery smell. Then there’s the inconvenience of a…
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How to Breathe Clean Air in Your Home
COVID-19 has completely changed our day-to-day lives. (Understatement of the year, right?) In addition to finally figuring out how to unmute…
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general
The Reasons Why Your Air Conditioner Lines are Covered in Ice
A Northwest Arkansas & Southwest Missouri tech explains Let’s say you’re mowing the lawn or pulling weeds. You’re looking forward to…
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Electric
What Do The Different Colors On The Electrical Wires Mean?
Have you ever encountered flickering lights, blackouts, or odd power surges that send you to your electrical panel to investigate? When…
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general
Why Is My Electrical Outlet Warm?
Why Is My Electrical Outlet Warm? Have you ever noticed when you plug in an electronic device the electrical outlet feels…
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Electric
Which Home Generator is Right for You?
Winter means beautiful snow, hot chocolate, snowmen, and family sledding adventures. But winter also means ice on the windshields, dark drives…
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general
Deciding Between 14 SEER and 16 SEER
We’re spending more time in our homes than ever before. (Thanks, COVID-19.) If you’ve been using your AC unit as much…
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